Trrrrr…. Trrrrrrrr… (Alarm sound)
You’re snoozing it again, let’s agree to the truth that today also you don’t want to go to work. Today also you are feeling tired. Again you are asking yourself why? Today also you’re pushing yourself.
Getting up everyday, doing 8-9 hours of work, sitting in front of PC for hours, eventually going home and sleeping. Asking yourself everyday what I’m doing with my life?, why I’m doing it?, what kind of life is this that I am living?
Do you feel terrible at the end of the day when you go to bed? Do you feel like your career life is turning out to be misery? Well, I cannot agree more because I used to feel it everyday. I still feel it, but now I know I’m not the only one. I’ve personally seen a strong link between career change and depression in others as well. I talk to people all the time those who are trying to make a transition and feel hopeless, despondent, and lethargic. Sometimes they use the word depressed and sometimes they don’t, but I can feel the same energy.
The world where we live is wearing. We are tired of everything. We are exhausted. We are sick of where we are but we are too scared to begin again , we are too scared to take chances. We all think we’re all alone in our exhaustion. But here’s what I want you to know. Just because you are discouraged, worn out and sick of life that you’re living it doesn’t mean you’re not making a change.
Our jobs are much more than than just the way we make a living. They influence how we see ourselves, as well as the way others see us.
Every person you ever admired had times where they felt utterly defeated in the pursuit of their dreams. But that never prevented them to reach there.
Some parts of life happens slowly, quietly. They can happen because of the small changes we make everyday. I request to make one small change, stop suffering, and communicate about it. We all are exhausted for all the right reasons and it’s a indication to go on. We feel it because we expect changes, someday it will give the exact thing we need. But during this don’t suffer, share it, take time for yourself. Let’s try to deal this with feeling. Sometimes we are not able to see what we have.
If you’re reading it, then just don’t just read, share your story. You can save many lives, u can save yourself. I’m starting a community where people are going talk about their struggles and what helped them the most. If you have any story about yourself that can inspire the readers, that can give them hope regarding their career, relationships, mental health, self-love, write it down and send your story at firstname.lastname@example.org
Let's Talk and Act on it.